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Important is, that you set the constant COOKIE_DOMAIN in the wp-config.php `define('COOKIE_DOMAIN', '' );` The value must empty, otherwise WordPress will always set it to your network’s $current_site->domain and you won’t be able to login into any of the other sites. From core: /** * @since 2.0.0 */ if ( ...
I would prefer Option 1, that is deploy it on a subdomain. Once contents are filled up you just need to do 2 things. Move the files to root directory of main domain. Using hosting's File Manager, it would take 1-5 sec. Change the WordPress Site URL to your main domain. You can following method to change it without running a SQL Query (fetched from Moving ...
If it's hitting your server the DNS in cloudflare is doing it's job. It sounds like you're using cPanel. I suspect you just need to set up the subdomain in cPanel to point to the same directory as the main site (likely public_html).
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